Science, Fact Checking, and the News

With the birth of “alternative facts” and the recent surge of interest in fact-checking the news, the pressure is high for the media and communicators to get their stories straight. The Society of Professional Journalists Western Washington and the Northwest Science...

Apply for $1,000 Career Development Awards by June 15

Want to attend a conference or class to advance your science communication career but lack the budget to cover the costs? The Northwest Science Writers Association (NSWA) is here to help. We’re accepting applications for two Career Development Awards of up to $1,000...

David Quammen at Town Hall

Yellowstone is America’s first, and arguably most iconic, national park. In his latest book, bestselling author David Quammen serves as tour guide to this national treasure, which is larger than both Rhode Island and Delaware combined. “Quammen illuminates the park’s...